After School Activities
BIS offers a wide range of recreational, competitive and performance orientated After School Activities (ASA) on both campuses from sports, art, music, drama, design tech, multi media to social and political programs and the Eco School project.
BIS typically offers approximately 80 ASAs for almost 400 students per week, so that BIS students may flourish academically, creatively, socially, ethically and physically. For BIS students, education is everywhere, not only in the classroom.
ASA opportunities at BIS include sports such as football, basketball, volleyball, swimming, rugby, gymnastics, cross country, aerobics, yoga, and pilates; performing arts such as music ensembles, choir, theatre, dance, and ballet; visual arts such as painting, design technology, and multimedia, as well as young engineer projects. "Creativity, Activity, Service" and "Service in Action" are integral parts of the International Baccalaureate curriculum and are perfect examples of education that goes far beyond the classroom. Other signature programmes at BIS include the Model United Nations (MUN) and the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award.
Our After School Activities are available for students from Early Childhood to grade 12. Offerings are divided into three seasons: Fall (August - December), Winter (January - March) and Spring (April - July). At Haimhausen Campus, activities run Monday to Thursday from 16:15 to 17:15 and Friday from 14:30 to 15:45. At City Campus, activities run Monday to Thursday from 15:30 to 16:30 and Friday from 13:50 to 14:50. BIS provides a courtesy bus Monday to Thursday for all Secondary School students who travel home by public transport after ASAs (Haimhausen Campus only).
Contact Phil Drake, BIS Athletics Director & After School Activities Coordinator directly with your questions. firstname.lastname@example.org
Phil drake, bis athletics director & after school activities coordinator "The After School Activities programme is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills beyond the academic curriculum. Our aim is to be inclusive and holistic, offering something for everyone. Our ASA programme is also a great way to make new friends."